At Wizards of the Coast, we connect people around the world through play and imagination. From our genre-defining games like Magic: The Gathering® and Dungeons & Dragons® to our growing multiverse, we continue to innovate and build new ways to foster friendship and connection. That’s where you come in!

We are seeking a VP Marketing & Commercial, D&D, to lead our global product marketing, brand marketing and omni-channel commercial and engagement strategy and execution.

This role is integral to the D&D leadership team. It is a high-profile position that partners with multiple functions and interacts frequently at the highest levels of the organization.

The ideal candidate will have proven themself in a marketing and commercial leadership role for a gaming or entertainment brand.

What You'll Do:

Be a game changer with strategic vision and passion for the brand

  • Set the vision and the strategies to develop the global audience of D&D with direct leadership of long-term new player growth.
  • Guide the long-range business planning of D&D with key insights into audiences, markets, products, to reach a modern, diverse, and multi-generational audience.
  • Drive global brand positioning, brand identity, tone of voice to grow global brand awareness and business growth.

Be a stand-out marketer and commercial leader

  • Craft compelling product marketing strategies based on deep insights into players’ needs, motivations & behaviors, product & play experience offerings, and audience segmentation.
  • Drive successful subscription campaigns based in deep understanding of player needs. Prepare and deliver content strategies that keep players engaged and eager to come back.
  • Build successful demand generation strategies and champion innovative ways to bring D&D to market that improve return on spend.
  • Inspire millions of fans to enjoy D&D however they play or shop with exciting global omni-channel campaigns that grow revenue, fan delight and long-term engagement.
  • Team up with the VP, Sales & Regional development, and other functional VPs to align and deliver D&D’s commercial objectives as set by the D&D SVP/GM and leadership team.

Be a bar raiser and a trusted partner who thrives through collaboration

  • Lead a diverse and global team including aligning them on a vision, advising them on its execution, mentoring, inspiring and growing our data & insights-rich culture of learning and personal development.
  • Collaborate with internal departments and external partners at Hasbro to build rich and connected experiences for the multi-generational fans of D&D.
  • Act as a key strategic member of the D&D Leadership team. Partner with the SVP/GM D&D and other VPs to build a vision for D&D growth and make that vision a reality.
  • Hold the financial responsibility for advertising and promotional budgets and resource planning. Partner across D&D Studio, Finance, Operations, Marketing, Regions, Sales, and Channel to align annual global marketing and commercial goals.

What You'll Bring:

Core Experience

  • Confirmed experience specifically in global consumer brand marketing strategy and general management (15+ years).
  • BA/BS required.
  • Confirmed experience growing fandom and global business for gaming or entertainment brands.

Additional subject matter expertise and skills

  • Proficient in building consumer marketing and omnichannel go-to-market strategies that drive revenue growth.
  • Master at all fields of marketing, market research, product positioning, consumer promotions, digital marketing innovation and stellar creative development.
  • Highly proactive, organized, and adaptable leader with shown success leading cross-functional groups, achieving success through collaboration.
  • Excellent communicator in written and verbal form who brings together vision and action.
  • High EQ with an ability to work with many different personality types and positively influence others.

We are an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer

The above is intended to describe the general content of and the requirements for satisfactory performance in this position. It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of the duties, responsibilities, or requirements of the position.

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In compliance with local law, we are disclosing the compensation range for this role. The range listed is just one component of Wizards of the Coast’s total compensation package for employees. Employees may also be eligible for annual and long-term incentives. In addition, Wizards of the Coast provides a variety of benefits to employees. Here’s a look at what your benefits package may include: Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation Time & Holidays, Generous 401(k) match, Paid Parental Leave, Volunteer Program, Employee Giving & Matching Gifts Programs, Tuition Reimbursement, Product Discounts, and more.

Compensation Range
$228,080$398,760 USD

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